For a more environmentally sustainable future, we need a new ethical, spiritual model where science and religion are integrated and humans are a part, not rulers over the Earth. Join us this Sunday as we seek out this “new” way through the work of modern practitioners of ancient faith traditions from around the world. Guest preacher Kiya Heartwood is an award-winning U.U. songwriter, activist, and Starr King Seminarian. She is also the Artistic Director of the People’s Orchestra of Austin, TX.
The year 2020 is 345 days from now. I remember well the turning over of the numbers as 1999 became 2000, the sense of anticipation. A year from now, what will we be doing, what is possible, who do we want to be?
Church is one of the last places in our society where people don’t have to be segregated by age, yet so many of our experiences in this congregation are still divided according to how old we are. This week in worship we will consider how worshipping and learning together as a whole community more often could open us up to the possibilities already right here among us.
Join us for our annual burning of grudges service.
11 am It’s a conundrum – is the particle a wave or is the wave a particle. As a member of the church – are we a wave or a particle. Are we a corporation or are we a collective of individuals… are we a … read more.
Within each of us is an awesome being full of life and love – ready to give, receive and sustain a zest for life. Throughout the story will be interspersed a number of (9) songs.
In My Room
What’s Going On
People Got to be Free
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Unitarian Minister Theodore Parker helped navigate Unitarianism through a theological questioning of Christian doctrine. He wrote a powerful and widely published sermon called “The Transient and Permanent of Christianity,” which claimed that there are truths which are transient and fade with time, and there … read more.
Ministry is no longer an act provided only by those who are ordained and called to serve. Ministry happens wherever individuals embrace the belief that their good interests, ideas, cooperation and collaboration are also a way to bless and serve the congregation. How is … read more.